Lion Head or Angora?

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  1. Sep 14, 2017 #1

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    We just rescued this rabbit on Monday. She has a ton of fur! Not the healthiest bunny. But we are doing our best to get her to a healthy weight. Would you say she is lion head or angora?


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    I would say an english angora or angora mix. But I'm definitely not an expert, so I could be wrong.
     
  3. Sep 14, 2017 #3

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    thank you.
     
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    Angora, definitely. That's too much hair for a lionhead ^^. I don't know if the photo was taken at yours, but I would forget the wood shavings - that flies everywhere, stick to everything and it's going to be a nightmare with that fur.
     
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    Yes it was taken at my place. I was thinking about not putting shavings in again. You are right it gets everywhere. haha.
     
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    Omg I just love her!
     
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    Not a Lion, but very cute.
     
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    Angora
     
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    Definitely an English angora
     
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    AAAH shes so adorable!I want a bunny as fluffy as her! definitely not a lion though, angora or angora mix cause she looks a bit small
     

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